SAHWA Public Event in Cairo

This meting will present findings of an EU-funded three-year research project, by 14 partners from Arab world, Turkey and Europe on the obstacles facing youth in the region and how these challenges should be combated through international policies

12 de desembre 2016


The event consisted in two panels with four and five presentations respectively, followed by a discussion with the audience.

The first panel, entitled "Youth views, conditions and prospects in Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia", was devoted to present the five National Case Studies in order to offer the audience a qualitative and quantitative overview of each country of study.

Find the presentations below

Morocco: Dr. Caroline Minialai, Centre d'Etudes Sociales, Economiques et Managériales - Haute Ecole de Management

Algeria: Dr. Mustapha Omrane, Centre de Recheche en Economie Appliquée pour le Développement

Tunisia: Dr. Fadhila Najah, Center of Arab Women for Training and Research

Egypt: Dr. Bahgat Korany, American University in Cairo - FORUM

The second panel, "Youth through regional lenses: Opportunities, Engagement, Values, Cultures, Gender Issues and Migration", dealt with the most important research themes through comparative lenses, thus underlining commonalities and differences from country to country and across countries.

Find the presentations below

Youth Opportunities: Dr. Jochen Tholen, University of Bremen

Youth Engagement: Dr. Henri Onodera, Finnish Youth Research Network

Youth Cultures: Dr. Carles Feixa, University of Lleida

Gender Issues: Dr. Carmen Leccardi, University of Milano-Bicocca

Youth Migration: Dr. Elena Sánchez-Montijano, Barcelona Centre for International Affairs